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Youve probably heard the sound of the harmonica in recordings by Beck, Moby, Blues Traveler, Sheryl Crow, and

Alanis Morrisette as well as old-school musicians like Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Bob Dylan. Harmonica is used in all styles of music - rock, blues, jazz, country and pop as well as classical and even in hip-hop. The harmonica has many nicknames, such as the French harp, blues harp, tin sandwich, mouth organ, or its most common name, the harp. Blues history is abundant with heroes of the harmonica, including such greats as Little Walter Jacobs, Big Walter Horton, John Lee Sonny 2003
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Sonny Boy Williamson (I), Aleck Rice Miller a.k.a. Sonny Boy Williamson (II), Jimmy Reed, Slim Harpo, and Papa Lightfoot as well as such blues legends as Blues Birdhead, Jaybird Coleman and Rhythm Willie. Current keepers of the flame include Kim Wilson (of the Fabulous Thunderbirds), Rod Piazza and genre-bending players such as Howard Levy (master of the overblow), Canadian Carlos Del Junco and Blues Traveler leader John Popper.

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